Childhood Star Wars tragic Maciej Radny attended last night’s midnight premiere only to learn an adult lesson as the credits rolled.
Roger Pugh explains that whenever he runs into the Queen his life seems to come to a complete standstill.
Celebrated Youtube linguist Big Man Tyrone explains the complexities and many uses of that famous four-letter word. Strong language warning.
Media junkie Sam Blacker explains what is lost (and sometimes gained) when a TV series is adapted from one country to another.
Maciej Radny sends his deepest condolences to the supporters of the dearly departed Metro Screen, however, he felt that an opportunity to discuss the future of our local film industry was lost in the lamentations.
Shia LaBeouf has done it again. He’s running a movie marathon of his own movies, featuring a live stream of him, watching himself.
Grant Spencer takes us deep into the void, trying to make sense of the self-destruction that has claimed great artists in the past.
Cars. They’re either a means of transport, or a means of joy. You’re either one or the other. Collective Noun knows this, so they’ve made light of it.
This week, legendary acerbic naturist Sir David Attenborough was shanghaied into narrating Adele’s new video “Hello” and it’s pretty amazing.
Who is happier: Facebook users or Snapchatters? As Andrew Birmingham reports, a recent study has the answer.
Finally, education is relevant again, because of…eh. As Collective Noun shows, Procrastination is back, or did it never leave?
Ever wanted to see your teacher outside of class? Well, as Collective Noun shows, the fantasy doesn’t always match the reality.
Time-travel realist Tom Caru looks at the sparse gap between what was promised in Back to the Future II, and what we ended up with.
Exploring the findings of US Study, Ugur Nedim explains how a Child’s name can hint at whether they’re more likely to live a life of crime.
In our new series, we’re wondering what history would look like if it took a different turn. So…what if Bill Clinton chose Monica Lewinsky over politics?
Brand new resident conquistadors of comedy, Collective Noun wonder about choosing a baby name as if it were the same as choosing a username.
Maciej Radny shines light on the artificial perfection of the movie monologue, explaining why we covet that perfect speech we’ll never have.
With the rumours swirling around Hollywood about Daniel Craig shedding Bond’s tuxedo, Glen Falkenstein measures up the potential claimants.
In our never ending internet trawlings, we discovered this gem. Some genius has stitched together one long movie phone call from all your favourites!
Our own Bronte O’Brien sat down with the creators of The Dollop, the searing cult hit making light of American history…and themselves.